that's amazing. i kind of don't like these pronounciations of old texts because a lot of it is educated guesses but it's always fascinating to hear.
i read somewhere that icelanders can still easily read and understand texts that were written in the seventh century because the language evolve so little, isolated as they are. though some icelandic poster on here told me that that's exaggerated, they still struggle with it.>>4693909
interesting that you call the y epsilon, i never knew that. thought all the romance languages called it some variation of the "greek i"
and yeah, some of the indian and other asian alphabets are very pretty too, thai and burmese are some ones i also liked.
i recently found out the fucking berbers have a scritphttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tifinagh
but by far, the craziest one i've seen is the innuit alphabet